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The Sitting Pose

1      Asana practiced in the sitting pose

Aakaran Dhanurasana – (Pulled Bow Pose)
"Akarshana" means "pulling" and "Dhanus" means "bow" in Sanskrit. In this posture, the big toes are pulled up to the ear (alternately) as an archer pulls back the string of his bow and gets ready to shoot an arrow.
   
Ardh Matsyendrasana – (The Half Spinal Twist) 
"Ardha" means "half" in Sanskrit. Since the full posture is difficult to be practiced, the half-posture, which is easier, is followed widely. This posture was first promoted by the great Yogi Matsyendranath, one of the founders of Hatha Yoga, and hence the name.
 
Baalasana – (Child Pose) 
"Bala" in Sanskrit means "child". Hence this pose is also known as the 'child pose'. Balasana provides relaxation to the exhausted mind and body. In other words, Balasana is simply a relaxation position in between the other yoga exercises.
 
Bhadrasana – (The Locked Lotus Pose) 
"Bhadra" means 'beneficial' in Sanskrit.

Gomukh Asana – (Cow Face pose) 
"Go" means "cow" and "Mukha" means "face" in Sanskrit. When this asana is performed, the final position of the legs resembles the face of a cow.
 
Janushirasana – (Head to knee Pose) 
"Janu" means "knee" and "Siras" means "head" in Sanskrit. The head is made to rest on the knee in this posture, hence the name.

Mandukasana - (Frog Pose) 
"Manduk" means "frog" in Sanskrit. The arrangement of the legs in this posture resembles the hind legs of a frog. Hence the name.

Hast-Padottan-Asana – (Hand to Raised Feet Pose) 
"Urdhva" means "raised", "Pada" means "foot" and "Hasta" means "hand" in Sanskrit. You have to touch your raised feet with your hands in this posture.

Paschimotaanasana – (Posterior Strech) 
"Paschima" means 'behind', 'back' or 'posterior' and 'Uttana' means to stretch out in Sanskrit. "Paschimotana" means stretching the posterior regions of the body.

Purna Titli Asana – (Full Butterfly pose) 
"Titali" means "butterfly" in Sanskrit.

Shashaankasana – (Hare Pose) 
"Shasanka" means "hare" in Sanskrit. The final position of this asana resembles a bounding hare.

Sidhasana – (Pose of an Adept) 
"Siddha" means a spiritually enlightened person in Sanskrit.

Simhasana – (The Lion Pose) 
"Simha" in Sanskrit means "lion" and hence this pose resembles a seating lion.

Supta Vajrasana – (Reclining Vajrasana) 
"Supta" means "asleep" in Sanskrit. "Supta Vajrasana" is lying down supine in Vajrasana.

Swastikasana – (Auspicious Pose) 
"Svastik" in Sankrit means "auspicious", hence this pose is also known as the auspicious pose. Svastikasana when split into "Su-asti-ka" also means "being well and healthy". Hence, among the meditative postures, Svastikasana is considered as an auspicious sign.

Ushtrasana – (Camel Pose) 
"Ushtra" means "camel" in Sanskrit.

Vajrasana - (Adamant Pose) 
"Vajra" means "adamant" in Sanskrit. Sitting in this asana will provide firmness or stability to the sitter like that of an adamant person. Hence the name.

Vakrasana – (Twisted Pose) 
"Vakra" means "twisted". This asana is designed to twist the spine to the right and left side in from its erect position

Kandasana – (Upward Ankle Twist Pose) 
Kandasana comes from the Sanskrit word "kanda" meaning "bulbous root". Since, in this pose, the legs form a shape like the bulb of an onion, hence this pose is named as Kandasana.

Parvatasana – (Mountain Pose) 
"Parvata" means "mountain" in Sanskrit. As the arms are raised high and the fingers are joined together above the head in this posture, the body resembles mountain peak and hence the name.

Upavistha Konasana – (Wide Angle Forward Bend)
"Upavistha" in Sankrit means "seated or sitting", "Kona" means "angle", hence this pose is also known as 'Wide Angle Forward Bend' or the 'Seated Wide Legged Straddle'

 

 

 

 

 

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